Bottlehouse is a fairly recent discovery of mine (like within the last 6 months), and I’m upset I didn’t find this place sooner. It is located in Seattle in an area called Madrona, and has the cutest outdoor patio. They are best known for the wine, and offer a wide selection from whites to reds and everything in between. Feeling bubbly? Or like taking a trip to Spain? They’ve got you covered.

They also have a delightful food menu – their meat and cheese plates are hand crafted to pair alongside your beverage of choice! The saltiness from the meat and creaminess from the cheese are the perfect combination. Add a gherkin to bring some acidity in to the mix, and you’ve got yourself a delightful snack! Their sandwiches are delicious as well and are perfect for splitting if you’re wanting to try multiple items on their menu!

If you’re looking to escape for a few hours after a long work day or during the weekend, this place has you covered. They offer outdoor seating in their patio that is full of greenery and twinkle lights. Grab their housemate Sangria, and for a brief moment you will be transported to Spain! I am a sucker for Sangria – ask anyone that knows me and they will tell you my drink of choice would either be Sangria or Margaritas. In my lifetime I have consumed more Sangria than I care to admit – but I feel that makes me qualified to offer my opinion on the subject…not all Sangria is good Sangria. For me, I still like to taste the wine with notes of sweetness from the fruit, but it should not taste like I’m drinking a sugar filled juice concoction. Bottlehouse’s Sangria truly is one of the best I’ve tasted in America – you know, since I can’t just hop on a flight to Spain! Try it for yourself and let me know what you think!

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